Rate the last game you played out of 10 Page 14

  • sanctusmortis 28 Dec 2009 14:00:40 9,914 posts
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    RetardStrong wrote:
    I heard blizeh likes The last samurai with Tom Cruise. No, really.


    So do I.


    Assassins Creed 2 - 9/10. Full review will eventually surface on blog as per.
  • RetardStrong 28 Dec 2009 14:02:49 3,229 posts
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  • lordofdeadside 28 Dec 2009 19:29:37 1,314 posts
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    Star Ocean: The Last Hope - 7/10

    Brilliant battle system
    Well realised, varied worlds/dungeons

    Wooden characters
    Terrible voice acting
    Difficulty spikes
  • DUFFMAN5 28 Dec 2009 19:34:13 22,717 posts
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    I have recently played (all 360) and completed:

    Sherlock Holmes: 7 Point and click all the way, good use of the Holmes/Ripper histories.
    The Saboteur: 9 Excellent free roam sandbox style with some very good missions late on.
    Spongebob: 7 Good enjoyable platform game, lots of refs to show, which the nerd in my liked.
  • Deleted user 28 December 2009 19:44:58
    ecureuil wrote:
    Eddy-the-Ed wrote:
    7/10 is pretty generous imo. Nice write up ecu.
    Cheers. I can't help but appreciate the effort that went in to the game, and I think that comes across. I take it you thought it was worse than a 7, then?
    Yeah, less than a 7 for me. Maybe a 5. I thought most of the key areas of the game were either bad or bordered on broken. The combat in particular was woeful. The endless conversations too, would've been painful to watch, let alone partcipate in.

    The music was fantastic though, and the story was interesting, even if it was badly told.
  • WinterSnowblind 28 Dec 2009 19:57:23 1,265 posts
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    Uncharted (the first one) 9/10

    I completed this a while back, and honestly never saw what all the fuss was about. Playing through it on hard now, and for some reason am just enjoying it a whole lot more. Oddly enough, I had the same experience playing the original Halo.
  • Deleted user 28 December 2009 20:00:15
    Forza Motorsport 3, just scrapes a 9/10.
  • Freek 28 Dec 2009 22:42:43 7,682 posts
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    Finished Modern Warefare 2 singleplayer, 7/10

    It's spectacular, but verry confusing. I dunno exactly what happend, mostly the game goes
    "HOLLY SHIT WHAT JUST HAPPEND,SIR!!" "We're Oscar Mike...!" "SOAP, MOVE!!!!" and then everything blows up and there's helicopters, lots of helicopters.

    Multiplayer, 9/10, a few anoying balance issues but overal lots of fun, I'll keep playing that for a while.
  • Jazzy_Geoff 28 Dec 2009 23:04:03 8,068 posts
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    games played today

    modern warfare 2 - 9.5/10 (fuck y'all)
    dead space: extraction - 8.5/10 (innovative)
    GoW Collection - 8/10 (I'm shit at this game lol)
  • Deleted user 29 December 2009 00:36:06
    ecureuil wrote:
    I didn't think it was that bad. But there's some people out there that think this is the best game ever. I think it must have been the first RPG many people played, especially Xbox players who are used to Halo.

    No, it was just a game many enjoyed. Including me.

    Long conversations vs. Halo players eh? ok....
  • MrCarrot 29 Dec 2009 00:40:17 3,524 posts
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    ecureuil wrote:
    Mass Effect (PC)
    By level 35 you're only getting one skill point per level up. It's not enough. Hell, two isn't enough. It doesn't feel rewarding enough. For how this should be handled, see: Fallout 3.

    I think there may be a happy medium somewhere between the two. I don't remember Mass Effect being particularly stingy, but Fallout 3 was far too generous with its skill points. At the end of the story I had with a character who was an expert in at least two different types of weapon, and had maxed out lockpicking and hacking skills; it just took away any sense of having to specialise and you almost ended up an unstoppable juggernaught, regardless.
  • Lukey__b 29 Dec 2009 00:44:26 3,716 posts
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    I think you summed up Mass Effect very well Ecureuil.

    I've not actually completed it, but I'm eager to see if they have improved the flaws for the second.

    Anyone know somewhere that has the story written up? I really can't be arsed to complete it before the 2nd one is out.
  • secombe 29 Dec 2009 07:42:42 1,453 posts
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    NHL 10 (360) - 10/10

    Best sports game I've played, full stop.
  • Deleted user 29 December 2009 12:50:04
    Left 4 Dead 2

    Genuinely 10/10. I can't stop playing on pc, must admit I've neglected the 360 version, it's so good.
  • kentmonkey 2 Jan 2010 16:17:44 22,545 posts
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    Lego Batman.

    I loved the Lego Star Wars games and was really looking forward to Lego Indy. Unfortunately it turned out to be uninspired dirge. But I still had Lego Batman to play and finally got around to it, almost frothing at the mouth with excitement. Meh. Dull.

    They've somehow managed to turn what should have been the best game of the series (considering all of the gadgets that Batman has) into an equally uninspired, formulaic 'I've done this all before only better and with less bugs' type of game.

    Within the first three levels I had one crash, one boss fight with Clay Face whereby I was no longer able to select Batman (who had decided to jump into a car and stay there) and no way of finishing the level, thus having to restart, and a bit in the second level where my fuckwitted character slipped on nothing at all (I was on a metal walkway, no ice, game just spazzed) and whenever he respawned he just kept slipping off the walkway without me being able to control him, or change to Robin, resulting in another restart.

    It's dull and lifeless bugs aside, but they're unforgiveable and I can't be arsed to finish it. First game in a very long time that has happened with.

  • jellyhead 2 Jan 2010 16:22:19 24,346 posts
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    Wow, my PS2 version didn't have any of thiose glitches, bad luck. I do think it is one of the weaker Lego titles but i much preferred it to Lego Indy. LB is also one of my hangover games as i go chasing the last few secrets when i need something simple to play.

    Still only a 6/10 though unfortunately.
  • millerlfc 3 Jan 2010 18:33:08 559 posts
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    Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee - 4/10

    (Yes went a bit retro over Xmas). Loved the previous Oddworld games but this was incredibly flawed, repetitive and badly designed. Nice cut-scenes though.
  • drhcnip 3 Jan 2010 20:08:12 5,926 posts
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    yesterday - assassins creed 2 - 9/10 (appetite whetted for the third - really enjoyed it even with a few glitches and annoying missions that lose it a mark - big improvement on the original which i enjoyed anyway)

    today - saw - 6/10 (i can see why the reviews criticised the combat but, once you get the hang of the counter system etc. it's not as bad as described - the game makes a good attempt at recreating the saw atmosphere and the emphasis is more on minigame puzzling than combat anyway - worth a rental)
  • DUFFMAN5 29 Jan 2010 08:13:30 22,717 posts
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    Saw: 7.5/10 does most things I would expect 9very well) in a Survival horror game
  • Quint2020 29 Jan 2010 08:54:44 3,484 posts
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    I've not finished this yet but I've been playing it for roughly 30 hours (love me them side-quests!) so I've got a good feel for the game.

    I was very much looking forward to playing this so when my girlfriend picked this up for me for Christmas pretty much the first thing I did was fire it up and I've been playing it ever since.

    It's an incredibly addictive game with some fun combat and funny characters, my only real complaint is that the world feels a little... sparse, I think some kind of conversation mechanic with the NPCs would make everything feel a little more alive, I appreciate Gearbox were trying to build a stripped down ARPG with a focus on combat but it has made the world feel a little empty (particularly when playing on your own).

    I think I posted in the Borderlands thread that the combat, loot and character progression from this coupled with the world of Fallout 3 would pretty much be my perfect game. That being said Borderlands is incredibly fun to play, the shooting just feels right no matter your level and the loot and character progression are very well handled.

    8...... no 9/10
  • DUFFMAN5 29 Jan 2010 09:49:42 22,717 posts
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    I have this lined up to play after ME2, well this or Dragon Age. The more I read about it the better it sounds. A recommendation from you Q is all I need ;)
  • Quint2020 29 Jan 2010 09:58:26 3,484 posts
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    Well worth a punt, especially if you like loot heavy action RPGs and enjoy the odd FPS (not sure of your feelings on that particular genre), it really is an expertly handled blend of the two.
  • GrandpaUlrira 4 Apr 2010 15:02:58 3,801 posts
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    Assassins' Creed 8/10. There's a patch in the middle of the game where it loses some of its momentum and it all seems a bit samey, but it just about redeems itself with an great final stretch. It's well executed though, and has an interesting setting.

    (Although I hate games that can't be completed fully if you miss something -- I didn't get the achievement for going through all the conversations with Lucy.)
  • laharl80 4 Apr 2010 19:54:05 210 posts
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    resonance of fate=0/10
    Firstly this mess isn't an rpg.How anyone could describe it as one is beyond me.It has no meaningful customisation or levelling,no stats,a story so bad it makes mw2s look like crime and punishment,the worst combat system i have ever come across,the graphics appear to have been programmed by a stoned monkey with a preference for grey,the characters are hateful,etc,etc.I got this and last rebellion on the same day.To say i was pissed off is an understatement.AVOID!!!
  • HittenMitsurugi 4 Apr 2010 20:03:15 202 posts
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    Persona 4. Had it since release (also have the NTSC-U version, originally just because I thought it might not come out here). Played it for the first time today and two hours 17 in I've finally finished my first session. The storytelling in Atlus games is far more interesting that those in Final Fantasy games (my previous benchmark for RPG's).


    Dreading having to buy a PS3 when Persona 5 comes out.
  • wayneh 4 Apr 2010 20:29:15 2,599 posts
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    Final Fantasy XIII

    Started really slow and it wasn't 'til at least 10 hours in that it clicked. Even then I was very underwhelmed. The combat was good but not fantastic, certainly not the strategic masterpiece some are making it out to be. The story is typical JRPG fair with half of it making next to no sense at all. All the items, summons are there from previous games with the usual leveling up. Once nice thing is the way your health replenishes after each battle but then the game would be impossible if it didn't. Certainly not the masterpiece I was expecting and that's 55 hours of my life I will never see again. I want to give it a 7 because it's Final Fantasy but....

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